Arianna Di Stadio, MD, PhD
Aging and hearing loss
Dr. Arianna Di Stadio joined the MEEI in March 2015, where she spent one year in the otopathology lab studying neurodegenerative diseases of the Internal Auditory Canal nerves. Currently, she is studying mechanisms of hearing loss in the Stankovic Lab to identify the correct way to fight the neuronal degeneration. Dr. Di Stadio is an Otolaryngologist with a Ph.D. in Audiology and Neuroscience and she has complete two fellowships, one in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the other in microsurgery. Dr. Di Stadio worked for several years in different countries (Italy, France and Belgium), and her passion for the translational research brings her to Harvard Medical School. Research topics of Dr. Di Stadio are: Hearing loss, Facial Nerve Disorders and development on new technologies.
She was one of the winners of the prestigious AAFPRS fellowship. She is reviewer for several international journals, editor in chief of the Otolaryngology Open access Journal, and a member of the National Agency of Health of France. She is a consultant for research development in clinical trials for Cochlear Europe, and she collaborates with different Universities in Europe to design clinical projects and new applications for developed technologies in Otolaryngology .